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07 November 2018

New Ducati models

  Multistrada 950/S A major upgrade of the smallest Ducati 'multibike', this latest Multistrada features electronic Ducati Skyhook Suspension (DSS), Ducati Quick Shift up & down (DQS), full-LED headlight, 5" colour TFT display, Hands Free system, Cruise Control and backlit

Manufacture-news
06 November 2018

Can-Am’s Market Shaker

The three-wheeled Can-Am Spyder gets a cut-price companion when the Ryker hits the market for 2019. Expect it to sell for up to one-third less than the current base model, opening up a whole new market for these proven three-wheelers. Under the skin, instead of the Spyder’s 13

Manufacture-news
05 November 2018

YAMAHA TENERE 700 ARRIVAL DATE AND FULL SPECS ANNOUNCED

Yamaha has announced the Ténéré 700 is one step closer to arriving in Australia following its unveiling at the EICMA show in Milan with an expected arrival date of late-2019. Equipped with the CP2 689cc parallel-twin engine and a completely new chassis, Yamaha claims the Tén

Manufacture-news
05 November 2018

One-on-one with Jonathan Rea

“We have developed a sharp knife, but we have to use a blunted one…”

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01 November 2018

Ducati revisits two of its most successful models

Ducati has revisited two of its most successful models, but its approach to both shows that sometimes less can equal more. The Multistrada 1260 Enduro is a logical revision of the existing Multistrada 1200 Enduro, mirroring the changes Ducati made to the non-Enduro version 12 mon

Manufacture-news
31 October 2018

Bikes will return to Bathurst!

Bathurst’s bid to build a new international-standard circuit has taken a step forward with designers starting groundwork design last week. Apex Circuit Design director Dafydd Broom confirmed motorcycle racing would be an integral part of the track. “One of the primary foc

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31 October 2018

Guzzi’s Dakar-inspired 850cc adventure bike!

Guzzi’s Dakar-inspired 850cc adventure bike!

Manufacture-news
30 October 2018

BMW’s two-for-one engine

BMW’s new tech turns one engine into two beasts

Manufacture-news
29 October 2018

The bike no rider will buy

Not satisfied with trying to redefine its big-twins, BMW has done some blatant corporate boasting by releasing a video of a self-riding R1200GS development mule. If you’re wondering what the point of a riderless bike is, you’re not alone. But as well as being a display of

Manufacture-news
23 October 2018

Jack Miller Signing this Saturday at AGV Helmets Phillip Island Moto GP Moto Expo

 Moto GP Rider Jack Miller will be attending the AGV Helmets Australia display this Saturday at 1.30 PM for a short signing session with Aussie fans

Manufacture-news
18 October 2018

Tracer 900 on the money

Yamaha’s heavily revised Tracer 900 has hit showroom floors, but the big news is that the new GT version comes standard in a premium specification and with a keen sticker price.  The standard version costs $15,499 plus on-road costs, while the GT sets you back $16,999. Yamaha

Manufacture-news
16 October 2018

More hype for motard

The most fun bike in Ducati’s range, the Hypermotard, will lose weight and go back to its design basics for 2019. The next-generation Hypermotard will also get a name change – from 939 to 950 – despite the engine capacity remaining unchanged at 937cc. We’ve obtained excl